Many popular wireless keyboards completely unprotected

Earlier this year, security researchers went to their local OfficeMax, Staples and other office supply stores and bought a bunch of wireless keyboards.

“We’re in the business of scanning the enterprise airspace to look for vulnerabilities in IoT, mobile, and other wireless devices,” said Ivan O’Sullivan, CRO at Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Bastille Networks Inc. “We look at all the wireless devices that we see broadcasting on many different protocols and look for data security vulnerabilities for our enterprise customers. So we buy all the toys and devices and hack them to find out if they’re secure.”

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